Emotional styles determine how we react to the experiences in our lives and how likely we are to have particular emotional moods. Davidson has mapped out these emotional differences in the brain. And in his new book The Emotional Life of Your Brain, he goes over many ways these…
Faith is something rare. In our lives, When we meet a new person, we act like a broken record in a way. We have our regular, friendly, satisfying questions that we are quite proud of, and we usually get ourselves some usefull information. If in some way someone makes us interested, we start listening more carefully and try to figure out whether they are othentic or not…
We get to exercise our ears in those encounters and “filter” that “stranger’s” behaviour; excitement, enthusiasm, lack of enthusiasm, face expressions and every little thing we believe that may confuse us from getting the truth in all the words. We filter so much allready that we forget to just listen, to simply feel the moment and create a bond.
Our encounters have become uninspiring, and quality wise, tasteless…
With our trust issues and our so well trained ears, can we still feel the magic of inspiration?
Do we hear and give in to the music in music as much as we believe?
Can we still see all the beauty in our world through all our doubts?
Thank god for inspiring people, blogs will just reveal us to more
Our generation generated its genuine characteristics as a result of the media. The Media, during our life experiences, blurred our conception of reality and we had trouble following the truth, the origin, the “right” way of conducting life. Since the truth isn’t an easy thing to find and to control through out our day, we decided, we must act loyally to our selves, and that that hopefully reflects the truth, the individuals, the originals, the real symbiosis of society.
The exposure to blogs made it possible for one to give and contribute
"In the span of my own lifetime I observed such wondrous progress in plant evolution that I look forward optimistically to a healthy, happy world as soon as its children are taught the principles of simple and rational living." Luther Burbank
Economic Analysis Puts Solar Power in a Good Light
It’s time to stop thinking of solar energy as a boutique source of power, says Joshua Pearce. Sure, solar only generates about 1 percent of the electricity in the US. But that will change in a few years, says Pearce, an associate professor of electrical engineering and materials science at Michigan Technological Univ. The ultimate in renewable energy is about to go mainstream.
It’s a matter of economics. A new analysis by Pearce and his colleagues at Queen’s Univ. in Kingston, Ontario, shows that solar photovoltaic systems are very close to achieving the tipping point: they can make electricity that’s as cheap—sometimes cheaper—as what consumers pay their utilities.